Published: April 3, 2020 7:17:55 pm
Indian followers have hit back at Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Islamabad United after the Twitter deal with of the staff trolled Jasprit Bumrah’s 2017 Champions Trophy final no ball to induce social isolation.
The PSL club tweeted on Thursday: “Don’t cross the line. It can be costly! Don’t leave your homes unnecessarily, MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCE but make sure your hearts remain close.” Along with the message was a picture of the Bumrah no ball.
❗️ Don’t cross the road. It might be expensive ❗️
— Islamabad United (@IsbUnited) April 2, 2020
However, the tweet was met with jibes from Indian followers. One person poked enjoyable at Pakistan not managing to ‘cross the line’ in World Cup matches towards India. Another cited Mohammad Amir’s notorious no ball which had earned him a 5-year ban for spot fixing. “Stay Inside, Stay Safe or face 5 year prison,” the tweet stated.
Stay Inside, Stay Safe or face 5 12 months jail 😉 pic.twitter.com/qJklBbqEw9
— Mr Cricket Expert (@MrCricketExper1) April 2, 2020
Amir, Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif had been suspended by the International Cricket Council following a British newspaper report that Amir and Asif had bowled three deliberate no-balls by pre-arrangement on the opening day of a Test at Lord’s in 2010.
The no ball by Bumrah – which had turned out to be a expensive overstep within the 2017 remaining between India and Pakistan – had additionally created a flutter back then, however for various causes. Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman, who had initially been out off the no ball, had made a lot of the youth and had gone on to make a matchwinning century.
After the match, Bumrah had been left unimpressed after an commercial hoarding by Jaipur Traffic Police had cited the no ball as a warning for sustaining site visitors guidelines. “This shows how much respect you get after giving your best for the country,” Bumrah had stated then.
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